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Giulietta, beautiful boat! Im glad I don't tie up in slip m20 Cascais, Portugal.


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Great pictrures of your new boat. Very nice lines inside and out.

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Wow thatís really nice !!! Thanks for sharing the process in photos ! I am going to send this link to my buddy in Hawaii who is building is own sailboat, I am sure he would love to see this !!
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A really cool series of photos. That is a sailboat! Congratulations Guilietta!

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things y%^&*.....oh never mind. 90% of the people on sailing forums already use that as their signature! I'm not a conformist.
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You certainly don't need confirmation that the boat is a live definition of beauty. I only hope it didn't cost you a fortune, but ... even in that case be sure she does worth it!
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You certainly don't need confirmation that the boat is a live definition of beauty. I only hope it didn't cost you a fortune, but ... even in that case be sure she does worth it!
Nahhh was free....why do you think it's got my wife's name????

You honour me with such words....thank you, Sir.

Actually, THANK YOU ALL!!!
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